Racine County has launched a new initiative to help residents who have used county assistance programs meet their essential needs.
The county launched "Here to Help," which is a program for residents who have used county assistance programs meet their essential needs, such as food, rent and other basic financial needs.
The program also offers access to resources such as shelter, free meals, mental health counseling, unemployment services and personal safety.
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“As we continue working as a community to overcome the coronavirus outbreak, we must ensure families’ and residents’ essential needs are being met,” said Racine County Executive Jonathan Delagrave. “The Here to Help program is another great community partnership to reach our most vulnerable population during this unprecedented and challenging time.”
Funding for the Here to Help program was made possible by the United Way of Racine County and the Racine Community foundation.